Rain Pryor in her own story: Fried Chicken & Latkes
This is a hilarious and heart-wrenching story of growing up black and Jewish in a politically incorrect era. Her father was comic genius Richard Pryor, and her mother a Jewish astronomer. Discover how Pryor finds her identity in both worlds, and works to change ours. Directed by Eve Brandstein.
Extended by popular demand until June 3 – at The Braid.
Here’s what press and people have to say about Pryor’s one-woman solo show:
Poignant and hilarious tale
Times of Israel
“Pryor takes stage by storm…”
Bonnie Priever Curtain Up
“Humor, compassion and laughter, all in one…”
“Comical and heart-wrenching…”
“Rain Pryor Embraces the Jewish and African-American Heritages That Make Her Whole”
Santa Monica Daily Press
“Diversity, Culture and Laughter Comes to Santa Monica”
JWT at Pico Union – March 9 @ 7:30 pm
Saffron & Rosewater
Join JWT at Pico Union for ONE NIGHT ONLY, only reprising a JWT favorite, Saffron & Rosewater – Stories and Songs from Persian Jewish women.
Buy tickets HERE
Evening 2: March 18 – April 3
Exile: Kisses on Both Cheeks
The Sephardic legacy of family, community, and country, looking for home more than 500 years after the expulsion from Spain. This is a Jewish immigrant story that is rarely told on stage. Until now.
Generously underwritten by the Maurice Amado Foundation.
Buy Tickets HERE
Evening 3: May 6 – May 22
We all want more courage. This show explores stories of brave acts, small or large, that change lives and inspire us all. It also shares those moments when we just can’t seem to muster the courage to do the right thing.
Produced in collaboration with NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership For Change